I’m a mexican Systems Engineer, I’ve been a Linux System Administrator for about 5 years, and along the way, there have been many influential people who have taught me best practices, problem solving skills, and patience. I like share the expertise that I have acquired in My Binary Life.
Currently I’m a Linux Administrator L1 on the LATAM Team in Rackspace, so part of my job is highly technical tasks in Linux and I’m in the learning phase of Rackspace process, so we can learn together.
About the Blog…
My Binary Life is a project where I post Tips/Tutorials about how I resolve problems in my day by day, and to generate my own documentation, also works for me to write in English, so, if you find any typo in my posts let me know to learn and practice my writing. Some posts are write in Spanish to generate documentation in my mother language. Sometimes you can find both languages in the blog. I feel that this blog is a way to give back to those who have helped me, and to those who are still learning.
Finally, this blog is a complement for my other blog (My Vida con GNU/Linux) that is all writing in Spanish.
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